It was a good day for Philip Rivers and the offense, while the defensive line has a ways to go before its Thursday showdown with the Cowboys.
With strong performances from Philip Rivers, Eric Weddle, Keenan Allen and others, the Chargers put on quite a show during their annual Fan Fest at Qualcomm Stadium.
After a slow start to training camp, ILB Chi Chi Ariguzo has grown by leaps and bounds and is now challenging for a spot on the Week 1 roster.
Jeremiah Sirles, after being forced into the rotation late last season, is out to prove he is more than just an emergency fill-in.
The interior offensive line experiments with a new look; Melvin Ingram looks super human; and Eric Weddle goes through the motions.
Brock Hekking’s impressive strength, non-stop motor and flowing mullet have drawn plenty of attention during the first week of training camp.
SDBoltReport.com photographer Shana Siler unveils more of her best action shots from training camp at Chargers Park.
SDBoltReport.com photographer Shana Siler shares some of her top pictures from the first week of training camp at Chargers Park.
A rookie receiver turns heads; a familiar problem arises on the offensive line; and the team suffers its first significant injury of the new season.
Brad Sorensen has been impressive during the first week of training camp. Can he do enough to convince the Chargers to carry three quarterbacks?
Richard Crawford has thrived during the first two practices of training camp. Will his improved play lead to a spot on the 53-man roster?
The Chargers went though the first full-pads practice of training camp on Saturday, putting on a show for a packed house that included the legendary LaDainian Tomlinson.
The defense brings the heat; Mike Scifres brings his booming kicks; and Melvin Gordon’s mom brings some critiques in our second training camp practice report.
Chris Watt was extremely impressive on the first day of training camp. Also, see what Danny Woodhead had to say about his return and learn what undrafted rookie turned heads.
Dontrelle Inman was impressive in Thursday’s training camp practice and clearly has the inside track on San Diego’s No. 4 receiver spot.
We go week by week and predict the outcome of every game on San Diego’s 2015 schedule. Is another 9-7 campaign in the works?
Citing a four-year-old precedent, the Hall of Fame will refuse to let Junior Seau’s daughter, Sydney, give her father an introduction speech at his Hall of Fame induction on Aug. 8.
We offer up an in-depth analysis of DE Kendall Reyes as we explore what kind of impact he can make this season and whether his future is in San Diego or elsewhere.
Jahleel Addae and Jimmy Wilson battle for the starting strong safety position as the Chargers look for someone to step up and break the curse of the Hitman.
The Chargers made big strides both through free agency and the draft, but if San Diego is to get back into the postseason, it will be because of progress made by the 2014 draft class.
For some time now, Oakland has been the only “gimme” in the AFC West. But those days are over now, as the Raiders are a team on the rise.
Disappointing final chapters have become par for the course for San Diego’s star players. Can Antonio Gates be the one to flip the script?
Losing Antonio Gates for four games was a big blow, but he can be replaced (looking at you, Ladarius Green). The six players on this list, however, have no substitutes.
These five questions will make or break San Diego’s quest to author a third consecutive winning season.
How will linebackers coach Mike Nolan divvy up snaps between Donald Butler, Manti Te’o and Denzel Perryman? And is there room for Kavell Conner on the roster?
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